How do you teach an Enneagram Type 9 person?

Nines can listen to people patiently, attentively, and nonjudgmentally. While teaching them, make use of their natural ability to communicate with and relate to anyone. That way, they learn & grasp better without the need for any revision. Allow them time to do good work at their own pace without telling them to work under […]

How do parents with the enneagram moralizer type 1 personality communicate with children?

Parents with the enneagram moralizer type (1) personality “have a convincing way of communicating.” If they begin a conversation with an objective in mind, they will ensure that they get their point across to their children. Their conversations generally involve morality and doing the right thing. They should be careful of not being too judgmental […]

How do parents with the enneagram peacekeeper type 9 personality communicate with children?

Parents with the enneagram peacekeeper type (9) personality want to “smooth it; keep it flat.” They are neither overexcited nor subdued but prefer a balanced approach. Being great mediators, they are excellent at listening to their children and being fair. They rarely get mad or dramatic and maintain a conflict-free environment. They must be mindful […]

Recommendations for SLE (ESTp) and ILE (ENTp)

According to the author Tolkacheva N.N., recommendations for SLE and ILE will be: “To study and follow the rules of etiquette and diplomacy; Consciously develop skills of communication (compliance with social norms in communication, for example, express sympathy, or ‘fit into’ the conversation); Use an active, empathic hearing, a technique for asking questions; Participate in […]

The ratio of men and women in the team

According to Devyatkin A.Y. and Tsypulev D. Yu., “in the business world today, the optimal ratio is one woman and four men. This relationship is justified by the fact that inter-gender motivation works with external communication, and the fewer men per woman, the deeper and longer the communication will be, the deeper and brighter will […]

Brief description of the strengths of communicators

According to the authors, Devyatkin A.S. and Tsypulev D. Yu., “communicators are best suited for work related to communicating with people. They are focused on working with the feelings and emotions of people, including when working with the masses. Advertising department, PR department, psychology, copywriting – these are examples of areas in which communicators can […]

Brief description of Rationalists

According to the author, Prokofyeva T.N., rationalists are oriented “to reason and traditions, strive to live with the decision made, to have a firm ability and judgment on the main issues of life. If circumstances change, they need some time to get used to and adapt. These types are also called “judging” or “reasoning.” Additionally, […]

Activities for the humanities

According to the author Prokofyeva T.N., “the communicative sphere (journalists, psychologists, PR-managers, advertising managers, artists, religious or ideological figures, secretaries) will decorate HUMANITARIANS who have strong functions of ethics and intuition. Communication and the ability to understand human relationships are combined with the search for novelty. ” (Prokofyeva T.N.,2017.)

Carreers for “Socials”: SEE(ESFp), SEI(ISFp), ESE(ESFj), ESI(ISFj)

According to the author Prokofyeva T.N., “in the social sphere (educators, teachers, psychotherapists, doctors, cooks, massage therapists, tourism managers, social workers), SOCIALS (SEE/ESFp, SEI/ISFp, ESE/ESFj, ESI/ISFj) are people with strong functions of ethics and sense. Representatives of these types can communicate with people, build connections; they are humanistic and emotional by nature. ” (Prokofyeva T.N.,2017.)

Which X exhibits Y in the workplace? (X – strengths, qualities, Y – type)

According to the author Pershina T.A., the installation of EIE, IEI, EII, IEE “is aimed at transmitting and forming information about human states. Communication and the ability to understand human relationships are combined with the search for novelty. (Pershina T.A., 2009.)